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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MEXICO'S WEALTH OF SILVER
Commission & Auction
yort, w buy hoimnliolil fur-
nlturn nml niorchniiillmi. Illgli
c,t wish price paid. Huu
1008 Main Ht.
Marble & Granite Works
1010 MAIN HT.
Phono HI0-J V1 " " '"
O. K. Lunch
Formorly at 46 Main Ht.
Homo-Mado piM mid Cake.
Cold HmIi A Loach Good.
lee Cream and KrulU.
ffe handlo tno tfaricy-uavianon
Motorcycle and Blcycloa Exclus
ively. AUO Buy, nil no uxcnnuRO
U other MtKoa. ronnsyivama
tod Diamond urea ana iuoes
litn fl. Stfa St. Klamath Fallal
K. F., Bend Stage
Lot your Qlasa Tronblos be My
Rcglaxlng dono In any part
of tho city
B. O. BTUCKY.
Carpenter Be. Cabinetmaker
Phono 477W 1021 Main.
J. O. GLKOHORN
Chll Engineer and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.
Phone. Office, 160. Ites. 1B2M.
CITY AND COUNTY AK8TRAOT
ARTHUR It. WILSON
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
729 Main St.
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft DWakJ
Peel aad Billiards
Barber BhopA In oCnnectlca
"Cocurtaqr aad Berrlee"
Dr. E. a Wtaecarrer
Dr. P. M. Noel
Beremth aad Mala Streets
Refriiln, mAvi'i.. ii.lJ tkn
aft0,!.11, ft will be he Jd .Tuesday
Nov. 25, ,iSie . .Work nnd refiresb;-
Benin ir.'T.ii i .. 'J .
u . ' ' vijiunro ifa (iruauni. tio-
3 '-2t Noilto Via HIpur, V.
Iooml Illdg., Klamath Full
Dlt, O. A. RAMIIO
I. O. O. V. Ilalldlns
Now Open for
Mrs. Rom MeDaaleU,
301 High St Phone 455
Offlco Phono 177W Hon 17711
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Burgeon
Klamath Kails Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic PhyrtcUn A Hnrgeoa
SnlM 811, I. O. O. V. Temple
(over K. K. K. Htore)
Phone 831 . .
(The only Oiteopathlo Physi
cian and Burgeon la Klamath
DR. R. B. CRAVER
Modlclno and Burgory
Offlco ovur Underwoods
7th and Main
Physician and Surgeon ',
Office, WlUto Uldg. ; ;
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
SOS I. O. O. P. Bide
DR. a A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Traox
Suit 206, I. O. O. V. Bldg
Office phone 80J
Res Phone BOM
DR. A. A. SOULE
Omcc, 420 Main
Itesldenco, 1909 Main
SAW Mllili ENGINEERING A
Designers "d builders of mod
ern Saw Mills. Pinning Mills, Box
PlunU. Complete plant contrnct-
eI. Appraisnls nnd reports madeJ
DredgliiR. Wo contract to build
nny chum of n building and Install
machinery of nny kind.
Drafting of any kind dono. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Offlco in K. D. Building
We Do All Kinda of Spring Repair
las-New OaeTMade to Order
Axle fttralghtCBlBC aad
ALL WORK1 GUARANTEED
raeae SttftVr 1T Klamath Are.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
I am now prepared to furnish
irMfieMif " iff TeBJwIeeel
Sat may be desired by contractors
Kdwln P. Morrow, Governor-elect of
November mooting of ; Business
Mon'fl Association FRIDAY NIGHT.
Danquot at Door Head drlli, 7:30 p.
m., Novombor 28, 1919. AH mem
bers urged to attend.
By order of the President.
W. C. VAN EMON,
Tho royal crown of1 Persia, which
dates back to remote ages, is in the
form of a pot of flowers, surmounted
by an uncut ruby tho slzo of a hen's
Don't suffer ! Oct a dime pack-
of Dr. James' Headache
V'ou can clear your head and relieve
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
lionihche in a moment with a Dr.
fann' Headache Powder. This old
umu'lieadaclic relief acta almost map
ally. Send some one to tho drug store
iov for a dime package nnd a few uio
nntn nfU-r you take a powder you
lll u Dndcr what bonrnn of the head
iclii', iic.irilun nml pun.' Stop siifTir-
j'- itV iifi-Jli-hi. :. urc jou get whut
II hk fo.
Real Estate, Insurance,
Jas. M. Watkins Jr.
Suite 1, Swnnson Bldg.
In tho Circuit Court of the Stato of
Oregon, for Klamath County.
In the Matter of the Petition of tho
Board of Directors of the Lan
gell Valley Irrigation District of
Klnmnth County .Oregon, Pray
ing that All of tho Proceedings
In Connection with tho Organi
zation of Said District, and the
Proceedings of tho Board of Di
rectors, and of tho Said District
Providing for and Authorizing
the Issue and Salo of Bonds of
Said District, May Bo Examined,
Approved and Confirmed by tho
To tho Langell Valloy Irrigation Dis
trict and to All Freeholders, Le
gal Voters and Assessment Pay
ers within Said District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho abovo entitled court has fixed
the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of tho
22nd day of December, A. D. 1919,
and tho County Court House of
Klamath County, Oregon, as the
time and place for the hearing of
the petition of the Board of direc
tors of the Langell Valley Irriga
tion District of Klamath County,
Oregon, which petition has been filed
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the State of .Oregon for Klamath
County, and which said petition
prayathat the above entitled court
will examine into ail me proceed
ings in connection with tho organi
zation of the Langell Valloy Irriga
tion District, and all tho proceed
ings providing for and authorizing
tho issuance and salo of the bonds
of sad district.
Any person Interested In tho or
ganization of said Langell Valley Ir
rigation District, or In tho proceed
ings for the issue and salo of said
bonds may, within thq time provided
by law demur to or answer sold p&z
tltion and contest matters therein
Th)S notice s published pursuant
to an order mado by the Honorablo
D. V, Kuykondall, Judgo of tho Cir
cuit Court of tho State of Oregon
for Klamath County,. mado and en
tered on tho 12th day pf November,
A. D. 1019. . C R. DE LAP.
Clerk at tho Plrcu.lt Co.urt of. tho
millO Ul UIl'BUU llll ttlUIM
Aroused Qrced of Conquerors and
Drought Only Bondage and Misery
to the People.
Mexico hurt produced fl steady stream
,of silver ever slnco Its conquest by
Cortez In mm. Hut while the supply
Refilled Inexhaustible. It brought more
misery than hiippliiesx (n the tuition.
In the opinion of I lie Suit l.uke Trib
une. Iiccnlise It afforded the Incentive
to hrltij! c(iti(iierors to Its shores to en
slme t lie people.
'I he Spnnliinls robbed mid rnslnved
the Aztecs to control the silver supply.
They blotted out n semi-barbarous
pK Miration that hnd built tcrcnt Irrl
Ration systeiiiR, massive temples nnd
benutlfnl cities, and the once proud
nnd hnppy people were placed under
the joke for four centuries.
An nltnost uncanny Klft In ferretltiR
out the bis sl'er deposits vns pos
siNsed by the Spanish governors. The
cost of gunpowder as so hlsh, though,
Hint only the richest finds were
worked. Only ore that produced over
100 ounces of silver to the ton was
mined. It Is said thnt the owner of
the Qulntccn mine, In the Alamos dis
trict, a Senor Alnmads, on the mnr
rloRc of his daughter, lined the bridal
chamber of the palaclo with bars of
silver nnd paved the way to the church
with the metal.
Large profits are made from demolishing-
some of the old houses In the
Chihuahua district, and reducing the
material In them for silver. The na
tives who built them used to use the
run of mine slag, In the absence of
cheaper building material, and much
valuable ore went Into the buildings.
KEEP KNOCKED-OUT TEETH
Dentist Can Replace Then In Mouth
So That They Will Soon Give
When one's front teeth are knocked
out there Is no need to leave them on
the floor, for they enn be reinserted
very well by a good dentist. Dr. H. M.
Snvery tells In the Lancet (London)
of two cases in which the teeth were
completely dislocated from their sock
ets. In one case tho teeth were placed In
salt water while ttie dentist carefully
washed out the sockets. Then they
were reinserted, a stitch or two placed
In the gums and the Jaws were ban
daged shut so that the teeth bit on a
pad of lint In the other case the
teeth still hung to the gums, so the
sockets were clenned out without de
taching the teeth.
In both cases the teeth became sol
idly fixed and the patients could use
them for normal biting a few months
Dr. C. De Witt Henry of New York
replaced not long ago the teeth of a
truck driver that had been knocked
out In a collision. The man had pick
ed his teeth from the gutter nnd run
np to the dentist's office carrying them
in his hand.
World's Largest Vault.
In the underground vaults of the
new United States assay, office, the
cornerstone of which was laid recently
In New York, can be stored more than
$20,000,000,000 in gold. They are said
to be the largest and finest In the
world, according to Popular Mechanics
magazine. Five of the eight stories
of the building will be located beneath
the surface of the enrth. Sealed In
the cornerstone of the structure are
copies of several newspapers; a med
al on which there is a portrait of the
president, and a bag containing a set
of United States coins ranging in valuo
from one cent to $20, besides other
articles of interest nnd value. The
building will cost over $800,000.
Reduced Hli Conceit.
He ,wns oaten up with a inNtnkcn
eonseloiMiVs of his own importance,
nnd when lie was ninMng his speech In
the Mmltlk'combp mod; piuliiinieiit he
noted that one of the local newspaper
men appeared to be sketching him.
When the house adjourned ho button
holed the artist.
"1 believe aw ynu were aw
.sketching me; Isn't that s.o?" he In
"That Is so," replied the artist.
"Well nw would jou tell mo what
newspnper you nw represent?"
"I represent no newspnper," an
swered the artist. "I design comic
postcards." London Tlt-BIts.
Tree Hid Loot 39 Years.
A gilt clock and other articles were
stolen thlrty-olne years ago from a
mansion near Wokingham, Eng., where
the marquis snd marchioness of Down
shire resided', then. Recently a man
saw a spike protruding from the side
of a atump of a tree that had been
felled.. Thinking this unusual, he
looked Into the stump and found the
lonf-lost . clock, rusty but Intact, and
some photograph frames In filigree
work the thief's hoard. A local
watchmaker Identified the clock and
Is now cleaning and restoring It.
"What a lovely Dutch landscape I"
eyclatmed the admiring visitor.
J'YouJve been to Holland, of course?"
"Why, no," answered the artist, mod
estly1, "Then how were yon ever able to
paint such a realistic plctute?"
'"To tell the truth, 1 copied It off
a beer mug." Birmingham Age-Herald.
Playing No Favorites,
The Caller Is, Miss Peachblow n?(
The Maid No, sir; ghe's Just gone
'out. Rut she left word it any gentle
man should ca.ll, for roe ,to say, she
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con venien clean
A good oil heater filled
with Pearl Oil gives comfort
and cheer in the home.
Warmth and coziness with
out dust and dirt. Lights at
the touch of a match gives
instant heat. Oil consumed
only when heat is needed
no waste. Portable.
Pearl Oil is refined and re
refined by onr special process
which makes it clean burning.
For sale in bulk by dealers
every where , t'ue earne high
quality kerosene as the Pearl Oil
old In five-gallon cans. There
is a saving by buying in bulk.
Order by name Pearl Oil.
We recommend Perfection Oil
HEAT AND LIGHT
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
T. J. MORTELL, Special Agent Klamath Falls, Orego
LANDMARKS LEFT BY JEWS
Many Citlec of Spain Can Show the
Remains of Street and Build
ings They Occupied.
In many big towns in Spain there
are beautiful remains of the ancient
Jewries, the streets and buildings hav
ing been preserved intact to this day.
There are, for Instance, says the Jew
ish Tageblatt of New York city, sever
al fine residences which belonged to
wealthy Jews before 1492, especially
the two beautiful synagogues In To
ledo, with their Hebrew Inscriptions.
In Cordova, an Important part of the
old Jewish quarter still exists, and
there Is a beautiful little synagogue
with Inscriptions around the building,
which is situated In a street named
Cnlle Malmonldes. In Seville there are
four churches which were formerly
synagogues. One of the most beauti
ful Jewries Is that of Cordova, the
birthplace of Malmonldes (Rnmban).
It Is built in a fine Gothic stjle, and
the old communal house Is now used
as a school. In Saragossa there are
whole streets of the old Jewry still pre
served with residences of wealthy Jew
Ish denizens. Another old Jew ry Is
that of Pontevedrn, which Is supposed
to hnve been the town where the al
leged Jewish forbears of Columbus
lived. There are thousands of Span
ish families bearing Jewish nnmc,s, and
they know they are of Jewish extrac
tion. Several members of the SpanMi
nobility nre also of Jewish origin. It
Is very remarkable that the Jewish
type is even still preserved with such
purity in those parts of Spain which
have large Jewish communities, es
pecially Andalusia nnd Catalonia. Nev
er enn one see In Europe such beauti
ful types of women with their wonder
ful ejes, natural elegance, and most
attractive elasticity and dignity as are
to be found In Seville and Qraaoda.
"Get this straight
says the Good Judge
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put ufi in two styles
RIGHT CUT if? a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
T?3h. I c
iamb or cold
meats. It is'
fruit' flavors In essence
form, in vials. Each is so
rich in condensed fruit
juice that it makes a real
fruit dainty. Yet they cost
no more than old-style, ,
JO Raoon, at Yomr Groecra
2 Paekagtt for 25 Ctnfs
in i i aa
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The tobacco that gives
you the most lasting
chew is the kind that
saves you money. You
don't have to take so
many fresh chews. The
rich tobacco taste stays
right with it. That's
why you take a smaller